What Can We Expect Under Personal Reemployment Accounts? Predictions and Procedures
AbstractPersonal Reemployment Accounts (PRAs) provide additional assistance and incentives to unemployed workers who are likely to exhaust their unemployment insurance by offering maximum flexibility in seeking the services that will best help them prepare for and find a new job. Drawing on a variety of research sources, the authors address the likely impacts of the reemployment bonus feature on recipients, ways states and local areas could set the amount and decide on who gets to participate, and procedures to manage and monitor the accounts.
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